Monthly Archives: April 2015

#MicroHousingLab 4/17-26: Are “Spinsters” leading the DIY co-living movement?

Commenting on WBUR / OnPointRadio program today on Spinsters:  At some point researchers say aging boomers, presumably both sexes, give up on finding a soulmate and look for / co-create a micro-tribe of their own. That may explain why woman

Posted in Affordable housing, Co-Living, Creative class, Crowdfunding, Crowdsourcing, Downsizing, Group buying, Group housing, Intentional Communities

Inequality hits home! Is housing affordability key to livability?

CARPE DIEM:  Two big events today!​ Inequality hits home!  Let’s use the release of AARP’s Livability Index today and Nobel Prize–winning economist Joseph Stiglitz’s talk tonight in Harvard Square to discuss how America became the most unequal advanced country in the world

Posted in Affordable housing, Co-Living, Consumer protection, Crowdsourcing, DIY Homebuyers, Downsizing, Housing bubble, Relocating

Fooled again? Let’s use tech to reform real estate / BLIND biddings wars

After nearly two months on the road, this April Fool’s Day finds me playing the Who’s classic to psyche myself up: Won’t be fooled again! / As aging baby boomers know, the lyrics are a mix of contradictions – “meet the new

Posted in Bidding wars, Consumer protection, Defensive Homebuying, Disrupt Real Estate, IntentCasting, RE2020, Real Estate Consumer Bill of Rights, RECALL: Real Estate Consumer Alliance, reVRM, Unconference
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